Heinemann, 2004 - Great Britain - 156 pages
The 'Heinemann Advanced History' series offers a differentiation strategy, with books covering AS and A-Level. Exam preparation includes practice questions, advice on what makes a good answer and help for students on interpreting questions and planning essays.
What was the economic and social impact of the Great
How was British politics affected by the Great Depression?
How did Britain become involved in the Second World
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